51 Things To Make With Egg Cartons -(giveaway!)

Summer is in the air and that means summer break for millions of school kids. This also means parents trying to find fun things for their kids to do to keep them occupied.

It’s so easy to shove a screen in a kids’ face and occupy them for hours on end that way, but it isn’t always the best decision.

The brain is a muscle and it needs to be worked! Getting your kids to read textbooks for fun while on summer break is kind of a long shot. But, getting them to partake in fun, creative, crafts isn’t.

I love crafts and being creative; I’m just not great at coming up with the ideas for the actual craft myself. That’s where books, like this one from Fiona Hayes, come in handy.

In this book Fiona shares 51 fun things you can make with something we all have; egg cartons. I’ve included some of my favorite ideas featured in the book below, but that’s just the tip of the egg shell.

  • Hedgehog
  • Dragon
  • Dump Truck
  • Sheep
  • Fire Engine
  • Bracelet
  • Octopus
  • Caterpillar Pencil Holder
  • Flower Wreath
  • Kangaroo

This book has so many great ideas; some are even wearable! Your toddlers and teenagers will have a blast with these egg-cellent crafts. Haha!

Please use the blue link below to enter the giveaway. This is open to residents of the US and will run April 24, 2017 – May 9, 2017.


Welcome to the Swinging Into Spring Giveaway Hop brought to you by The Hopping Bloggers!

Hosted By: Mama Smith’s & Women and Their Pretties

Co-Hosted By: Amundsen House of Chaos, Sunshine & Spoons, and Everyday Life


Each giveaway has a value of a minimum of $15, however some are worth much more. Be sure to enter to win all of them because there is no limit to how many you can win. GOOD LUCK!





Disclaimer: This post does contain Amazon affiliate links. If a purchase is made through the link, I do receive a small commission.

52 thoughts on “51 Things To Make With Egg Cartons -(giveaway!)

  1. I love crafting with my kids! I’m also physically unable to get myself to throw out empty egg cartons so we have a stockpile and this is perfect!


  2. I would share this book with my BFF who runs a day care and is always on the look out for great crafting ideas.


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